Subject: Re: Error in XF86 4.2.0
To: Wesley Colazelli Gentini <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/09/2002 16:08:31
* Wesley Colazelli Gentini <email@example.com> [020609 14:41]:
> Hello, XF86 3.3.6 doesnt work with my video board (Savage 2000), then I installed XF 4.2.0, but now I have this problem:
> xf86MapVidMem: Could not mmap /dev/vga (Invalid Argument)
> There's no /dev/vga :(
> anyone can help me?
Yeah, had this the other day. Your securelevel is too high to
let X access memory directly.
Quickest fix is to add:
to your kernel, you might be able to add
to /etc/sysctl.conf and reboot , if you're in a hurry.
(Incidentally, did anyone manage to compile th eapaerture driver
for X 4.2.0? I keep getting 'duplicate definition' errors when I try.)
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